Christian Environmentalism and Human Responsibility in the 21st Century Questions of Stewardship and Accountability
Globalization, Environmental Law, and Sustainable Development in the Global South Challenges for Implementation
Satire, Humor, and Environmental Crises
Rights of Nature A Re-examination
A History of Radioecology
Urban Aerial Pesticide Spraying Campaigns Government Disinformation, Industry Profits, and Public Harm
An Environmental History of Australian Rainforests until 1939 Fire, Rain, Settlers and Conservation
By Katherine M. Quinsey
November 30, 2023
Christian Environmentalism and Human Responsibility in the 21st Century comprises original scholarly essays and creative works exploring the implications of Christian environmentalism through literary and cultural criticism, and creative reflection. The volume draws on a flourishing recent body of ...
By Esther Sánchez-Pardo, María Porras Sánchez
July 05, 2023
This volume traces the interconnections between myth, environmentalism, narrative, poetry, comics, and innovative artistic practice, using this as a framework through which to examine strategies for repairing our unhealthy relationship with the planet. Challenging late capitalist modes encouraging ...
By Kirk W. Junker, Paolo Davide Farah
May 31, 2023
This volume examines the impact of globalization on international environmental law and the implementation of sustainable development in the Global South. Comprising contributions from lawyers from the Global South or who have experience in the Global South, this volume is organized into three ...
By Sumudu Atapattu
May 22, 2023
This book presents an in-depth analysis of how UN human rights institutions and mechanisms have addressed environmental protection, sustainable development, and climate change. Despite the increasing involvement of UN human rights bodies in addressing environmental degradation and climate change,...
By Massih Zekavat, Tabea Scheel
May 15, 2023
Satire, Humor, and Environmental Crises explores how satire and humor can be employed to address and mitigate ecological crises at individual and collective levels. Besides scientific and technological endeavors, solutions to ecological crises must entail social and communicative reform to ...
By Mahbuba Nasreen, Khondoker Mokaddem Hossain, Mohammed Moniruzzaman Khan
March 31, 2023
This book addresses disaster and disaster risk reduction (DRR) practices, constraints and capacity in the context of coastal Bangladesh. Located in the lower riparian of the Bay of Bengal, Bangladesh has to face frequent disasters such as floods, cyclones, river erosion, salinity intrusion as well...
By Daniel P. Corrigan, Markku Oksanen
January 09, 2023
Rights of nature is an idea that has come of age. In recent years, a diverse range of countries and jurisdictions have adopted these norms, which involve granting legal rights to nature or natural objects, such as rivers, forests, or ecosystems. This book critically examines the idea of natural ...
By Robert Costanza
December 29, 2022
This book takes a compelling approach to describing what is needed to create the kind of future that most people on Earth really want. Our global society is hopelessly addicted to a particular vision of the world and a future that has become both unsustainable and undesirable. Addicted to Growth ...
By Patrick C. Kangas
December 26, 2022
This book presents a history of radioecology, from World War II through to the critical years of the Cold War, finishing with a discussion of recent developments and future implications for the field. Drawing on a vast array of primary sources, the book reviews, synthesizes and discusses the ...
By Manuel Vallée
December 26, 2022
This book examines social processes that have contributed to growing pesticide use, with a particular focus on the role governments play in urban aerial pesticide spraying operations. Beyond being applied to sparsely populated farmland, pesticides have been increasingly used in densely populated ...
By Warwick Frost
December 19, 2022
This book provides a comprehensive environmental history of how Australia’s rainforests developed, the influence of Aborigines and pioneers, farmers and loggers, and of efforts to protect rainforests, to help us better understand current issues and debates surrounding their conservation and use. ...
By Barbara L. Benish, Nathalie Blanc
September 30, 2022
This book explores the impact of artistic experiments in inspiring people to turn away from current food consumerism and take an active role in preserving, sustaining, and protecting the environment. As artists are expanding their practice into social justice and community concerns, erasing ...